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What If My Spouse Does Not Make Enough Money To Pay Alimony – Is There Anything I Can Do?

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What If My Spouse Does Not Make Enough Money To Pay Alimony – Is There Anything I Can Do?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

As divorce attorneys, we often deal with alimony issues. When litigating alimony, we evaluate the statutory factors to determine if a spouse is eligible for alimony.  If a spouse if otherwise eligible to receive alimony, we then evaluate a requesting spouse’s financial need vs. the paying party’s ability to pay. Within this process, we… Read More »

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Some Basics On Rehabilitative Alimony In Florida

By The Lasky Law Firm |

In Florida, during a divorce, the court may order one party to pay the other alimony. Generally, before the court grants alimony, it must determine that one party needs alimony payments and the other can make payments. After the court determines a need and ability to pay, it then decides if the other statutory… Read More »

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Can You Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Finalized?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Sometimes, after a divorce is finalized, one spouse may realize that his or her financial situation is not as good as he or she thought. Other times, a spouse’s circumstances may change drastically. Sometimes, alimony decisions are made hastily during divorce, and other times, decisions are made when a spouse cannot pay alimony either… Read More »

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Remarriage, Cohabitation And Alimony Payments In Florida?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Often after marriage, divorced individuals meet other people and start new relationships. That is entirely acceptable in Florida. In fact, Florida doesn’t require that divorced individuals wait before getting remarried.  So long as all statutory requirements are met, two unmarried persons can wed, even after divorce. However, a remarriage will generally terminate alimony unless… Read More »

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